Top 4 Paint Colors of 2019

Top 4 Paint Colors of 2019

 

    1. Refresh your home with a revitalizing coat of the most popular paint colors of the year. Captivate a statement wall in the wanderlust palette of cavern clay’s naturescape or revive your living room with an enthusiastic pop of living coral on a statement chair. The top four U.S. paint companies share their colors of the year.

 

 

      1. Pantone’s color of the year gives a nod to nature with Living Coral. This vibrant swatch plays on the influence of our chromatic ecosystem. Tie in Pantone complexion shades like Rose Dawn, Coral Sands, Burnt Henna, and Candlelight Peach. Continue the tropical color scheme by combining warm Martini Olive, Twill, Forest Biome, or Mauvewood by Pantone.

 

 

 

      1. PPG’s paint color of 2019 seeks timelessness over trend. Designers are showing deep blues as a compliment to the upcoming roaring ’20s in design (for 2020). The roaring 20’s design features deep blues mixed with brass fixtures and rich velvet is on trend. This year features the dark hue Night Watch, accompany this mysterious hue with Magic Dust, Blue Willow, or a warm Horseradish.

 

 

      1. BEHR’s 2019 color of the year is Blueprint, reminiscent of the night watch shade. This universal blue compliments earth tones like Mars Red, Kindling, and jewel tones like Ecological, Rasin’ in the Sun, and Vine Leaf.

 

 

    1. Sherwin-Williams paint collection color of the year features Cavern Clay. This tone is a bite of bohemian and has the liveliness of nature in a Southwestern desert landscape. The color experts suggest pairing with paint colors like Origami White, Moth Wing, or Dark Clove. A great trend with the Southwestern theme is an accent wall in Cavern Clay with stacked textiles either in rugs or throw pillows.

Home Buyers: Get Micro-Market Reports by Area of Interest

Market Watch NE Alberta in Portland, ORHome buyers love our BHHS Northwest Real Estate Market Watch reports! They pinpoint the latest homes for sale, sold prices and market trends by area of choice. Simply enter a city, zip code or address and get a quick micro-market analysis of an area.

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Portland Metro Real Estate Market Stats – September 2012

The latest RMLS Action Report for the greater Portland Metro area indicates the market recovery is solidifying. With the exception of new listings, all reported measures of real estate activity show improvement when comparing September 2012 with September of 2011.

When comparing last month to September of last year, closed sales were up 19.4% and pending sales increased 10.6%. Prices continue to inch up. The average sales price year-to-date of $272,200 is 2.9% higher than the average price at this time in 2011. Homes are moving quickly — over 20% faster than they were last year — and inventory stands at 4.6 months, with 6 months considered a balanced market.

Portland Oregon real estate stats September 2012

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Portland Metro Real Estate Market Stats – June 2012

The latest RMLS Market Action report for the greater Portland Metro area shows positive upward growth on all fronts when comparing June 2012 with June of last year.

There were 21.7% more accepted offers than at this time last year, and 14.6% more closed sales, with 2,244, which is the highest number since August of 2007.

The average price of a Portland home rose 6.4% to $284,100 and the median price rose 8.6% to $242,000. Median price is the price at which half of the homes are above that price quoted and half of the homes are below. The average time on market dropped 14.5% to 114 days.

The unsold inventory (the ratio of closed sales to active listings) continues to drop, and is now at 3.9 months, the lowest it has been since March of 2007. Given the current rate of sales, it would only take 3.9 months to sell the 8,799 listings currently available in the Portland Metro area. North and NE Portland  have reached inventory levels of only 2.9 months, and SE Portland is down to 2.5 months. These low levels give sellers an advantage across the region, and have led to frequent bidding wars, especially for homes under $300,000.

Portland Oregon real estate stats June 2012

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Portland Metro Real Estate Market Stats – May 2012

The latest RMLS Action report for the greater Portland Metro area shows unsold inventory continues to decline, reaching the lowest level since March 2007. It would take only 4.2 months to sell the current 8.742 active listings at the May rate of sales.

Last month, there were 2,522 accepted offers, 16.4% more than the 2, 167 reported in May of 2011 and 6.6% more than the previous month. This represents the highest number of pending sales in the month of May since 2007, when there were 3,054. Closed sales of 2,098 represent a 20.4% increase over the same month last year and 15.1% more than the number of sales in April.

The average sales price has also risen 7.2% when comparing May 2012 to the same month on 2011. Indications certainly point to the local real estate market moving in a positive direction.

Portland Oregon Metro real estate stats May 2012

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Portland Metro Market Stats – April 2012

The latest RMLS Action report for the greater Portland Metro area shows the supply of homes for sale has dropped to its lowest point in years, currently at 4.7 months of inventory. Rates are low and buyer activity is on the rise, often resulting in multiple offers coming in on well-priced homes for sale.

Comparing the first four months of 2012 with the same period in 2011, closed sales are up 13.1%, pending sales are up 17.5% and new listings are down 9.7%. Time on the market has also dropped from 161 days to 132.

Portland Metro Real Estate Market Stats April 2012

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Portland Metro Market Stats – December 2011 & Year End

The latest RMLS Market Action report for the greater Portland Metro area shows closed sales rose 4% and pending sales increased 6% when comparing overall activity from 2010 with that of 2011. For the year, the average sale price dropped 6.7%, from $282,100 to $263,300, and new listings were down 25.4%.

When comparing December 2011 to December of 2010, closed sales were up 10.3%, pending sales increased 19.3% and new listings were down 11.7%. At December’s rate of sales, it would take approximately 5.3 months (the shortest time period in recent years) to sell the 8,612 active residential listings on the market.

Portland Market Action Dec 2011

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Southwest Washington Market Stats – December 2011 & Year End

The latest RMLS Market Action report shows closed sales are up 4.6% in Clark County when comparing annual activity in 2010 with that of 2011. Pending sales rose 7.9% and new listings fell by 11%.

When comparing the month of December 2010 to December of 2011, closed sales increased over 14%.

Inventory level stands at 6.5, meaning it would take 6.5 months to sell the 2,590 current active listings at the current sales pace if no new listings became available. Six months of inventory is considered a balanced market.

SW Washington Market Action Dec 2011

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Information courtesy of RMLS.


Portland Metro Market Stats – November 2011

The latest RMLS Market Action report for the greater Portland Metro area shows a slight increase in sales price when comparing November 2011 to the prior month. Average price rose to $259,400 and median price increased 3.3% to $225,000. Closed sales were up 18.9% when comparing November 2011 to November 2010. Looking at January – November 2011 and the same period last year, closed sales are up 3.4% and pending sales are up by 5.3%. Inventory currently stands at 6.2 months, the lowest in the last three years and four months lower than at this time last year. With mortgage rates at historic lows, this is a great time to buy a home.

Portland Metro Market Action Nov 2011

 


Southwest Washington Market Stats – November 2011

The latest RMLS Market Action report shows sales are up 17.2% in Clark County when comparing November 2011 to November 2010, and prices are down 7.2%. From October to November of this year, average and median sales prices increased  by 8.2% and 5%, respectively. (The median price is the price that falls in the middle of the total number of homes sold.) Inventory level stands at 8, meaning it would take 8 months to sell all the current listings at the current sales pace if no new listings became available. Six months of inventory is considered a balanced market.

SW Washington Market Action Nov 2011

 


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